Clark County Clipper, June 7, 1928


Miss Pearl Osborn was married, Tuesday evening, May 29th, to J. E. McCutchon at the beautiful home of her cousin, Mrs. Paul Teel, 1219 E. Fifth Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Rev. Chas. Reeves of the Boston Avenue Methodist Church South officiated.  The ceremony was simple and was witnessed only by the immediate relatives and a few close friends of the contracting parties.

Miss Osborn is the daughter of Mrs. Emma Osborn and was reared in this city, where she taught school a number of years.  She has attained a high rank as a teacher of dramatics and expression in the Tulsa High School during the past four years.

Mr. McCutchon is secretary of the Otate Mining Co. which is operating a valuable gold and silver mine in Sonora, Mexico, and has its headquarters in Tulsa.  He has been connected with the business life of Tulsa for several years.

The wedding was planned originally for June 15th at the home of the bride in Ashland, but because it became necessary for Mr. McCutchon to go to Mexico for an indefinite period to look after his mining interests, it was decided to have the wedding in Tulsa.

Mr. and Mrs. McCutchon left Tulsa Wednesday, by auto for Nogales, Arizona, at which point they will cross the border into Mexico.  On their return they expect to visit the Grand Canyon and spend a few days with Mrs. McCutchon's brothers, John and Earl Osborn, at Rice, Arizona.  Before going to their permanent home in Kansas City, they will visit Mrs. McCutchon's mother and sister in Ashland.

Contributed by ~Shirley Brier~ November 1, 2005.


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